April 15th isn’t exactly a holiday, but you better pull out your forms and be properly prepared for Tax Day. Those who file their taxes will either be facing the wrath of the government or will be meeting with their salvation. To summarize, people will be filing their taxes which will either require them to give more money to the IRS or they’ll receive a paycheck because they overpaid. Failing to file taxes is a federal offense called Tax Evasion which may result in up to five years behind bars. A similar crime to Tax Evasion is Tax Fraud which involves misleading and lying on a legal document Tax Fraud is an offense that can lead up to three years in prison. So be careful and make sure you get those taxes done on time.